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Organization ID. Remember Lib. Author s Watanabe-O'Kelly, Helen. Yamagata University Kojirakawa Library Note Bibliography: p. Description and Table of Contents Description This is the first cultural history of Baroque Dresden, the capital of Saxony and the most important Protestant territory in the Empire from the mid-sixteenth to the early eighteenth century. Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly shows how the art patronage of the Electors fits into the intellectual climate of the age and investigates its political and religious context.
Lutheran church music and architecture, the influence of Italy, the cabinet of curiosities and the culture of collecting, alchemy, mining and early technology, official image-making and court theatre are some of the wealth of colourful subjects dealt with during the period to Size 23 cm.
A review of "Court Culture in Dresden: From Renaissance to Baroque." by Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly
They are synonymous with outstanding works from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque — most notably Raphael's 'Sistine Madonna'— as well as the legacy of geniuses such as Titian, Canaletto, Botticelli, Veronese and Tintoretto. The quality of the collection and the magnificent Semper building are what makes the Old Masters Gallery so special.
The name 'zwinger' means 'interspace' and originates from its location between former city's fortifications. This perfect example of Late Baroque architecture in Germany was built in the early 18th century and originally designed as an orangery and a setting for court festivities. The Zwinger includes six pavilions connected by large galleries. Probably the best-known feature of the Zwinger is the Kronentor or Crown Gate, an impressive Baroque gate on the southeast side of the Zwinger.
The gate is topped by a large crown decorated with gilded motifs. The artwork by Wilhelm Walther was completed for the th anniversary of the princely House of Wettin in late 19th century. Because of weather conditions, the work quickly began to fade, and therefore was transferred to Meissen porcelain tiles in the early 20th century to preserve it. More than 24, tiles were used to represent the 35 margraves, princes and kings as well as many scientists, artisans, craftsmen, and farmers.
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The reconstruction of the church was funded by donations from all over Germany and even foreign countries. As much of the old material as possible was used in this work.
The terrace extends for about meters and is one of the primary trails to take a stroll on the river Elbe bank. Have your lunch at Cafe Apotheke on Taschenberg 3 near the Semperoper before your guided tour. The interior of Apotheke has its roots in a lavishly renovated pharmacy of the Wilhelminian style.
Just join "Coffee-Ursel" who already has her first cup of coffee.
click here The tour of Semper Opera in English takes place just once a day at 3 p. The magnificent Semperoper dominates the Theaterplatz, forming the centrepiece of the historic old city.
It was constructed to a design by Gottfried Semper in the middle of the 19th century, combining a late Classical style with Renaissance elements. Nowadays Semperoper is internationally renowned for its brilliant acoustics and incomparable performances. The Semper Opera Ball has become one of the most important ball events in Europe. Since , the ball has been enthralling 2, guests along with millions on TV screens across the world. A thrilling programme, the spectacular debutantes' waltz, dance, music and high spirits make it a breathtaking event.
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